Articles tagged Tank Corps

Page 40 of October 1975 archive issue thumbnail Page 40, October 1975

Cars for a General

[Having sensed that Major-General Sir Edmund Ironside. that great military person in every sense of the word, had enjoyed an unusual motoring life we were delighted when his son, Lord Ironside, agreed to write about his Father's cars. We publish herewith his account of these cars, some of them unusual, and which accomplished some unusual journeys. — ED.] Born on May 6th, 1880, my Father was...

Page 40 of June 1979 archive issue thumbnail Page 40, June 1979

Veteran Edwardian Vintage

A Section devoted to old-car mattersThe Itala TrophySilverstone, April 21st Since this event was run off at Silverstone the VSCC Donington Meeting has happened (see elsewhere), so only a brief report is called for. The entry was down by 14 on 1978, totalling 152, and spectators did not seem quite so numerous. Morley's 24-litre Bentley-Napier was the largest car racing. It has been lightened by...

Page 24 of March 1958 archive issue thumbnail Page 24, March 1958

Cars I Have Owned

By Air Commodore H. V. Rowley I always read this feature of Motor Sport with interest tinged with envy. For most of the authors seem to be blessed with enough cash to provide a succession of exotic machinery beyond the purse of a poor Air Force Officer. But even a serving officer, not blessed with private means, may have quite an amusing lot of motor cars, in spite of his hobby being interrupted...

Page 22 of July 1940 archive issue thumbnail Page 22, July 1940

Club news

750 CLUB The 750 Club held a picnic run starting from Kingsdown, Kent, on June 9th. They deserve credit for putting over one of the very few socials of this war involving the use of cars, and after hostilities cease some ambitious fixtures may be expected. Eight cars turned up, comprising Secretary Hunter's tuned Arrow four-seater, to which he will soon fit a Ford Eight front axle to obtain...

Page 32 of April 1936 archive issue thumbnail Page 32, April 1936


HARROW C.C. The Chilterns Trial of the Harrow C.C. resulted in a win for Mrs. A. E. Moss, driving her new and very exciting, short-chassis Marendaz Special. On Easy Hill only this car and W. E. C. Greenleaf's Ford Ten made successful ascents. In the timed tests S. G. E. Tett's Balilla Fiat was fastest in the reverse up Maiden's Grove, and on the roundabout and acceleration test on Lewknor,...

Page 16 of February 1942 archive issue thumbnail Page 16, February 1942

Club News

Oita, /Lewd .....??•119PP THE CRAWFORDSBURN RALLY The Crawfordsburn Rally of the Ulster M.C., held in December last, proved an outstanding Success, in spite of being disfavoured by very poor climatic conditions. Over 90 persons attended and inspection of the cars present was every bit on a par with the Chessington atmosphere. G. W. McCrea showed his ex-Donkin T.T. AstonMartin, P. J. N. Eve his H....


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